Harvard University Name-Based Scholarships

Harvard University offers scholarships for students who have the last name Thayer, Baxendale, Hudson, Bright, or Downer. Each scholarship will have its own requirements, so be sure to read the rules and eligibility carefully before applying. Applications must be completed through the Harvard Chan Online Application for Financial Aid. Supplemental materials:-Academic transcripts (graduate of a particular school)-Elementary school report cards (graduate of a particular school or to demonstrate residency)-Birth certificate (native of a particular area or to demonstrate ancestry)-Voter registration (to demonstrate residency)-Passport or visa (to demonstrate residency)-Statement explaining eligibilityFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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